TV costume designer partners with American Eagle's aerie brand
By Kim Leonard
Published: Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, 4:04 p.m.
Noted costume designer Jenn Rogien now is the style and fit expert for aerie, American Eagle Outfitters Inc.'s intimates brand.
Rogien assembles wardrobes for characters on HBO's “Girls” series, and in a six-month partnership with South Side-based American Eagle she'll “use her experience in bringing a character's personality to life through wardrobe by helping the aerie girl shape her story through lingerie,” the company said.
The winner of the 2012 Style Awards TV Costume Designer of the Year honor will take part in videos, in-store appearances and consumer fit sessions, the retailer said.
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